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Published: 26 May 2005

180 Pages | 5 b/w plates, 1 halftone


ISBN: 9780198186946

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Shakespeare and Women

Phyllis Rackin

Oxford Shakespeare Topics

  • Solidly grounded in current scholarship, yet written in a lively, accessible style
  • Challenges the emphasis on misogyny and oppression that has dominated recent feminist Shakespeare scholarship
  • Includes 6 illustrations illustrating the activities of women in Shakespeare's London and their representation in his plays from his time until our own.
  • Phyllis Rackin is a well-known and influential feminist Shakespeare scholar, whose work on the subject has been widely published and frequently cited and reprinted

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